Patti Masterman


Palindrome - All Seemed One Of Thought - Poem by Patti Masterman

all seemed one of thought, as I heard that sky,
but believed naught, that for you it sighed;
overturned it's eyes, and then weeping blue
now heard long and most bitter cries above
heard distinctly; for that sky longed too
while we pressed together, arms all locked;
we trembled, trembled; love grown so shackled,
as roots dislodging, forever one were welded
lips almost missing, as mingled tears, kissing
and caring not for words, of banished clocks
fumbling all our latches; like once broken locks
angel with me: be always now precious
heart grows quieter; the soul more aware
that for this time lent; beggars as we fare
sell that soul; to even world undone
world even, to soul that sell fare
we as beggars lent time this for that; aware
more soul, the quieter grows heart
precious now always, be me with Angel, locks
broken once like latches our all fumbling clocks
banished of words for not caring, and kissing;
tears mingled, as missing almost lips,
welded were one, forever dislodging roots as shackled
so grown love trembled, trembled we locked
all arms together pressed we, while too
longed sky that for distinctly heard above cries
bitter most and long heard now; blue
weeping then and eyes it's overturned sighed
it you for that naught believed but sky
that heard I, as thought of one seemed all


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 11, 2010



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